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a) Click on the link, and you can either choose the two magazines on offer or go to the page and choose from hundreds of magazines (including well-known ones like Global Finance, Forbes, BusinessWeek, The Economist, etc)
b) Sign up for the freebie you like (or maybe more than one)
c) The form you fill in is a little bit long. It'll take you 3 or 4 minutes so be prepared.
d) You get your free subscription (or two, or three, or four.............)
e) What's the catch? Well there isn't one, really. They want you to sign on for a free subscription then get you to love the service and renew at a later date for $$, of course. But apart from that, this is a total freebie dude. Enjoy.
f) Meanwhile, the Otto dude gets about a buck fifty or so for anyone who signs on. Maybe a bit more depending on which magazine you choose. Not a king's ransom by any means, but a tip for doing the admin stuff, or if you like a small payoff for what I reckon is a good deal worth promoting to you guys. Just being straight with you here, yeah? To be as straight as possible with you, if you sign on to a freebie magazine and then we meet some time in the future the beer's on me...how's that for fair?
*isn't that the cheesiest line?